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Thunder Bay – Elementary School Opening Delayed By One Year

New Thunder Bay elementary school opening delayed by one year Lakehead Public Schools said the yet-to-be-named school will now open a year later than originally scheduled. The board said construction delays, partially to do with the foundation for the building, along with changes to the design are to blame. The school is being built to […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

click on any image to enlarge The new DSAB apartment building constructed at the corner of Algoma and Cornwall Streets. Not seeing a whole lot of life in there. No fighting over that commercial space on the ground floor.  Christmas shopping rush is coming. Thunder Bay trash looks more interesting covered in frost. As you […]

Canada – Canadians Strongly Oppose Plan To Obtain The Banking Records Of 500,000 Households

Canadians strongly oppose Statscan’s plan to obtain the banking records of 500,000 households: pollCanadians strongly oppose Statistics Canada’s plan to obtain personal banking records – and most would not consent to participating, according to a new Nanos Research survey. The survey suggests the federal government is on the wrong side of public opinion in its […]

Thunder Bay – If Voting Changed Anything, It Would Be Illegal

If voting changed anything they’d make it illegal.  But why doesn’t it change anything? After all, it’s the elected politicians who steer the ship of state, isn’t it? Isn’t it? Join James for today’s edition of #PropagandaWatch where he explores the hidden history of WWI and exposes the lie that your vote counts. Watch this […]

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

click on any image to enlarge If your gutter downspout pours water onto a public sidewalk, causing a large patch of ice, then you should be responsible to ensure that people can safely walk on that sidewalk.   Sand or salt.  Something.  As it is now, nothing gets done until a sidewalk plow comes along spreading […]

Ontario – First Nations Communities Need Teachers

NAN leaders call for jurisdiction over land and children Another issue that Fox said will be a top priority for NAN chiefs is education. According to Fox, many First Nation communities, such as Fort Albany and Kashechewan First Nation, do not have teachers for certain grade levels. “You just can’t compete with providing resources to […]

Thunder Bay - All Art Is Subjective

Thunder Bay – All Art Is Subjective

What do those bent steel beams ($500,000 each) located at the end of Pier 1 and Pier 3 represent?   Well, after spending a lot of time walking around Thunder Bay, I think I have the definitive answer. They represent cigarette butts.  Giant cigarette butts. The city is covered by hundreds of thousand if not millions […]

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

click on any image to enlarge Now that its freezing cold outside with snow laying on the ground, work has begun on these walkways.  The walkways, constructed waaay back in 2016, allow people to enter and exit the parking lot that I thought was completed. Apparently that is not the case.   I wonder why this […]

The World – The Best Way To Honour War Veterans Is To Stop Creating Them

The Best Way To Honor War Veterans Is To Stop Creating Them The US will be celebrating Veterans Day tomorrow, and many a striped flag shall be waved. The social currency of esteem will be used to elevate those who have served in the US military, thereby ensuring future generations of recruits to be thrown into […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

A snowy Sunday.  Took a few photos anyway. I stopped going to the Remembrance Day ceremony in Waverley Park once it became an armed police camp.  I can’t get past the heavy irony of holding a ceremony honouring the men and women who sacrificed sooo much keeping the world free all the while a legion […]